• ASIC Consultation Paper – Industry Changes

    ASIC Consultation Paper – Industry Changes

    • September 13, 2019

    Potential Regulatory Changes affecting you, the trader   In August 2019, the Australian Securities Commission (ASIC) has released a consultation paper, which will significantly affect the way you trade.    The key changes which may have most significantly impact on your trading are as follows: 1. Leverage will be restricted from 2:1 to 20:1 depending on the instrument

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  • The Brexit Files: the possible permutations

    The Brexit Files: the possible permutations

    • September 12, 2019

    Here is a breakdown of what is meant to happen from here and what could happen from here. The caveat being so far, Brexit, has not preceded in any forecasted or orderly direction for 3 years and looks even more precarious now. These permutations appear the most likely at this point in the Brexit cycle.

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  • The Shifting Sand of Brexit: movements of the past 7 days

    The Shifting Sand of Brexit: movements of the past 7 days

    • September 11, 2019

    With UK Parliament now suspended for 5 weeks, the final sitting day has left us with more questions than answers as the divide between the Prime Minister, the Parliament and his own party appears to be widening by the day as this throws up policy rejections, resignations and a complete lack of policy cohesion. Brexit:

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  • The pound bounced back.

    • September 4, 2019

    The pound bounced back as traders cheered the defeat of PM Boris Johnson in Parliament on Tuesday night as rebel MPs sought to block a no-deal Brexit. Sterling jumped higher against the dollar and euro on Wednesday morning after Tory rebels backed opposition parties to allow them to take control of the business in Parliament

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  • Parliament set for Monumental batlle over Brexit

    Parliament set for Monumental batlle over Brexit

    • September 2, 2019

    Following the news last week that Boris Johnson has asked the Queen to prorogue Parliament, replacing the parliamentary recess designated for party conferences with a full suspension until October 14th when there will be a Queen’s Speech, this week there is set to be an explosive showdown in the Houses of Parliament. Prime Minister Boris

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